Tacoma747 said:Going to run a 3-link from D60 (88' F-350) with air shocks. Just wondering if anyone has done similar, and how long of link arms you used, where you mounted them (3rd link really), so on so forth.
Just looking for tips and things to watch out for.
Sure wish they had a setup for 95.5 - 04 models!!!elliot_irwin said:http://www.offroadsolutions.com/products/suspension.htm
i like the way they did it
they givesome specifications too, 37'' links
also look at the all pro build ups on the build up section
This is definitely true. I have been following their builds and they have been mentioning that they are expanding and to look for their kits. I just keep waiting. They definitely do great work! I'm sure I could get everything I need from them, I am just a lazy bastard, time is limited for me and I want something as straight forward as I can get. I know i know...the fun is in the process...roll-bar Bob said:
I've been looking for the measurements and placement locations myself.awsumdc said:Alot of the guys that are doing coilovers are going with 3 link and a panhard bar up front. We did my '05 that way and it will clear 43 inches under the front tire before the rear starts to come off the ground and thats with out binding any where. I don't remember the lenght of my links but I'll get back to you tomorrow with some measurements.
We have found that it's much easier to mount the top link on the passenger side instead of over the diff on the drivers side. I drive my '05 on the freeway at 70 mph's on 40" mtr's that are yet to be balanced with no vibration or weird handeling.
Nice! Having nice log links is good. Having them that long could put them at greater risk of bending. What are you running for the lowers?FAUX X 4 said:Wow...........I'm running 47" eye to eye lowers and my upper is 45" eye to eye!